Duncan Jones suggests Neil Gaiman and Into the Spider-Verse director Peter Ramsey take a crack.
A stylish retro-futurist neo-noir that yields too little beyond its (familiar) stylistic trappings.
The sci-fi offerings alone will keep you warm until winter thaws out.
The latest sci-fi spectacle from David Bowie’s son premieres on February 23rd.
“I’ve been feeling a building sense of duty to go on the same literary marathon in tribute to dad,” Jones wrote on Twitter.
Jones and actor Michael C. Hall were on hand to accept honors at last year’s BRIT Awards.
Next year promises a barrel full of monkeys, blade runners, and killer clowns.
“That’s not going to represent anything good about him,” said Mick “Woody” Woodmansey.
Duncan Jones offers a visual feast bogged down by its nonstop, incoherent lore.
A look ahead to our most (and least) anticipated onscreen offerings this summer.
“I was so nervous in the wings, and then I whispered to myself ‘just sing it to David’, and nothing else mattered,” Lorde said of the performance.
The Duncan Jones adaptation promises an epic, larger-than-life journey.